Cutting Down on Infections in the Workplace

This post was written by B. Barks. He’s also written for LinkedIn as well. His OBGA resource also published this¬†emWave2 review on OBGA.org, about the stress relief device. It’s worth a read.

While most of us wash our hands often and are careful to not contaminate the foods we eat, when it comes down to workplace health, it’s important that we take some extra steps toward keeping and staying healthy.

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Let’s take a local Phoenix search engine optimization company, for example. When they’re creating their YouTube video, they have many employees working on the keyword. Same goes for writing copy on their website. This proves to be tough to protect against infections.

After all, studies have shown that keyboards are one of the dirtiest pieces of equipment in an office environment, sometimes even dirtier than the toilets (surprising but true). This is why it’s important to clean employee keyboards as often as possible, at least once a week for a deep clean. If you have a cleaning service, suggest they do this every couple of days.

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